As part of our science topic on electricity, Corey offered to bring in his electrical kit from home and give us a demonstration. He was very knowledgeable; he was able to show the class how to create a circuit and explain how it worked. Corey, and his able assistant, Calum, built two different games using the circuit boards. The children particularly enjoyed the lie-detector test, which created a high buzzing sound if you were lying, and a low buzz if you were being truthful. Corey would ask his volunteers a question and they would have to answer. This caused much hilarity in class, especially when they caught Mrs Callow out telling a sneaky porky-pie about not liking ice-cream!
Take a look at our mini slide-show: